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Propaganda and Ad Posters of the 1940s

U. S. Treasury Dept.’s War Bonds – Liberty Limericks (1943)
U. S. Treasury Dept.’s War Bonds – Liberty Limericks (1943)
What about India? / Merlin. (1941)
What about India? / Merlin. (1941)
Hiram Walker & Son’s V-Mail – Let a 300-mile-an-hour mailman speed your letter overseas (1944)
Hiram Walker & Son’s V-Mail – Let a 300-mile-an-hour mailman speed your letter overseas (1944)
Jones & Lamson Machine Co.’s War Bonds – How Not To Win The Peace! Don’t Sell Out... Buy More U.S. War Bonds (1944)
Jones & Lamson Machine Co.’s War Bonds – How Not To Win The Peace! Don’t Sell Out... Buy More U.S. War Bonds (1944)
Swim for health in safe and pure pools. (1940)
Swim for health in safe and pure pools. (1940)
New York Committee National War Fund’s National War Fund – Remember Me? (1943)
New York Committee National War Fund’s National War Fund – Remember Me? (1943)
U. S. Government’s War Bonds – War bonds are nest eggs that hatch dreams like this (1943)
U. S. Government’s War Bonds – War bonds are nest eggs that hatch dreams like this (1943)
Australia and the war / Pollock. (1941)
Australia and the war / Pollock. (1941)
Ladies’ Home Journal’s Waste Paper – The readers of this magazine alone can save enough Waste Paper in a single week for 1,666,666 500-pound bombs (1943)
Ladies’ Home Journal’s Waste Paper – The readers of this magazine alone can save enough Waste Paper in a single week for 1,666,666 500-pound bombs (1943)
For greater knowledge on more subjects use your library often! / V. Donaghue. (1940)
For greater knowledge on more subjects use your library often! / V. Donaghue. (1940)
Revere Copper and Bras’s War Bonds – Their Supplies Seemed Endless (1944)
Revere Copper and Bras’s War Bonds – Their Supplies Seemed Endless (1944)
Wickwire Spencer Steel Company’s War Bonds – We Remember (1944)
Wickwire Spencer Steel Company’s War Bonds – We Remember (1944)
Frankfort Distillers Corporation’s War Bonds – 4 Things You Should Buy (Before You Buy Four Roses) (1944)
Frankfort Distillers Corporation’s War Bonds – 4 Things You Should Buy (Before You Buy Four Roses) (1944)
Liberty for all – Keep ’em flying. (1941)
Liberty for all – Keep ’em flying. (1941)